Komen Connection: 30th Race For The Cure Goes Virtual During Pandemic, Support Needed 'More Than Ever'The sounds of excitement, drive and dedication to finding a breast cancer cure may not be heard in Central Park this weekend, but they'll certainly be heard online.
Komen Connection: Doctors Urge Women To Get Breast Screenings Now, Don't Wait For Pandemic To EndIt's not just breast screenings that shouldn't be delayed; it's also colonoscopies, PSA test for prostate cancer, even skin cancer checks are all still important and should not be put off.
Komen Connection: Caroline Plank On Life After Double MastectomyShe’s a woman on a mission to not just share her story, but show that even after undergoing a double mastectomy, living a healthy active life is possible.
Komen Connection: Orisel Bejaran On The Importance Of Being Your Own Health AdvocateA surprise breast cancer diagnosis proved to be no match for a young Washington Heights woman.
Komen Connection: Queens Woman Creates Head Wrap Company To Help Others Feel Confident After Hair LossWith cancer trying to take control of her life, she decided she was going to control the hair loss that comes with chemo.
3rd Annual 'Sisters for The Cure' Event Held VirtuallyCBS2's Elise Finch and Aundrea Cline-Thomas joined Susan G. Komen of Greater NYC for the virtual brunch.
Komen Connections: Sonya Keshwani Uses Style And Fashion To Fight Breast CancerIn between treatments, Sonya Keshwani started designing fashionable head wraps.
Komen Connections: Documentary Covers Runner's Journey Through Double Mastectomy"My worst fear considering my double mastectomy was that I wouldn't be able to run again and that it would be a lot harder to breathe," Caroline Plank said.
Komen Connections: Doctor/Survivor Takes To Social Media To Warn Young Women To Get CheckedA local dentist who was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in her 20s wants other young woman to hear her story -- and she's using social media to help do that.
Komen Connections: Cancer Survivors Prepare For Annual Race For The Cure As Awareness Reaches All-Time HighThe Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure kicks off at 9 a.m. at 77th Street and Central Park West on Sept. 8.
Komen Greater NY Race For The Cure Runs Through Central ParkDespite soggy conditions, thousands of people turned out to help fight breast cancer in Central Park on Sunday.
Komen Connections: When Cancer Takes Your Breath Away, Get It Back With YogaA cancer diagnosis can take anyone’s breath away. But thanks to one organization, some patients are quite literately learning to breathe again.
Gearing Up To Race For The Cure In Central ParkNext weekend, Central Park turns pink. Thousands of people will help fight breast cancer by taking part in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Pain And Perspective: Long Island Woman Hits The Road To Battle Breast CancerMore than a decade ago, a Long Island woman made the commitment to "walk the walk" until breast cancer was no more.
Watch: CBS2 At Sisters For The CureCBS2's Janelle Burrell, Elise Finch and Dana Tyler joined the Sisters for the Cure event Saturday, taking part in conversations about the importance of breast cancer screening and services.